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Hutton Family Photo Album

Civil War Era Hutton Family Album with CDVs (Cartes de Visites) & tintypes circa 1860s.

Surnames: Hutton, Tennis, Patters, Roberts, Conner, Couner, Brown, Vickers, Walker, Gans, Matthews, Ballard, Dare, Hadley, Downing, Stephens, Hibbard, Nixon, WIlcox, Tullige, Tullidge

Locations: Indiana, New York, Pennsylvania


5”x3” brown, 1 clasp broken, Samuel Bowels & Co. Springfield Massachusetts. Identified Photos in Album are:
  • HUT-1. No name. V=”For Susan Dixon, it is Mary daughter of Wash”
  • HUT-2. “Charly & Ollie Tennis[?]” v = Mate & Swain, Richmond Indiana
  • HUT-3. “John E--- & Marne Patters” v=Maxwell & Estell, Richmond Indiana
  • HUT-4. “Mary Roberts” v = E. Woodward, West Chester [Pennsylvania]
  • HUT-5. “James Roberts” v=glued label: W. M Shew, San Francisco
  • HUT-6. “Eliza Conner/Couner & India” v= Watson & Estell, Richmond Indiana
  • HUT-7. “Cousin Mary Brown” v= Watson & Estell, Richmond Indiana “Susan -- --, Mary Brown”
  • HUT-8. “William Vickers” v=Watson & Estell, Richmond Indiana
  • HUT-9. “Kate Vickers” V=Varden & Landsale, Baltimore [Maryland]
  • HUT-10. “ May Walker” v=”Mary R. Walker to Mary Wilcox” R. Newell, Phila[delphia]
  • HUT-11. “N. H. Hutton” Tintype
  • HUT-12. “Aaron Gans & Wife”
  • HUT-13. “Carrie Matthews” v=Watson & Estell, Richmond Indiana
  • HUT-14. “Tom Vickers” v=Morse’s, Nashville Tennessee plus 2 cent cancelled revenue stamp [photo taken ca 1864-1866]
  • HUT-15. “Achilles ballard” v=[rev. Stamp removed, therefore photo taken ca 1864-1866] J T Upseon & Co. Buffalo New York
  • HUT-16. “Sarah Jane Dare” v=Varden & Lansdale, Baltimore Maryland
  • HUT-17. “Gideon Dare” v=Varden & Lansdale, Baltimore Maryland
  • HUT-18. “Katie’s Brother” v=”1472”
  • HUT-19. “Abbie Vickers” v=Watson & Estell, Richmond Indiana
  • HUT-20. “Rachel Hadley” v= B F Reimer, Philadelphia plus 2 cent rev. Stamp [photo taken ca 1864-1866]
  • HUT-21. “Sallie Downing” v=”Sarah Downing” G W Stigleman, Richmond Indiana
  • HUT-22. “Alice Hutton” v=M. Molte, Richmond Indiana
  • HUT-23. “Nat Stephens”
  • HUT-24. “Ed Hibbard” Gem tintype. V = Trasks, Philadelphia
  • HUT-25. “Anna Ballard” v= Jordon & Co. New York
  • HUT-26. “Cornelius Nixon” empty slot
  • HUT-27. “Anna Wilcox (Hutton)” empty slot
  • HUT-28. “Gertrude Tullige” V=”Gertrude Tullidge, Wayne Co” Swaine & mote, Richmond Indiana [see note HUT28 below]
  • HUT-29. “Alea Hutten” v=W F Estell, Richmond Indiana
  • HUT-30. “Noah H. Hutton” [Civil War Soldier] v=“N. H. Hutton, Private, 8th Indiana Volunteers 1861. E. H. Dice”

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HUT-28. “Gertrude Tullige” Gertrude Tullidge born 1849 Indiana died 1941 married David Hoover Hill. 1850 census Brownsville, Indiana shows Gertrude as 1 year old with parents Alfred Tullidge (37 born England) & Belinda (31 born England). note HUT28 Thanks to Katherine Scattergood, we have a very nice lengthy newspaper article dated July 26, 1940 from The Palladium Item and Sun Telegram called "Nonagenarians Laugh About School Pranks 80 Years Ago"

Excerpt: "Bertie Tullidge tied knots in Sarah Burgess' bonnet strings during recess one day at Hiram Hadley's Quaker school in Richmond..... Now Gertie Tullidge who since has become Mrs. Gertrude Tullidge Hill, will be 91 years old on Sunday July 28. Sarah Burgess.. is Mrs. Sarah Shumard... Mrs. Hill.. remembers well the excitement of the Civil War... a brother Frank, in his early twenties, was eager to join the union army but his mother refused because she had lost her only brother Henry SHombre in the outbreak against slavery in 1856 in Kansas" There is much more in this newspaper article - names and dates mentioned are:

  • Gertrude born July 28, 1849 near Philomath, Union Country.
  • Parents were Alfred Tullidge and Belinda Shombre, both from England who came to America with parents when young
  • Her father's family moved to Albany New York
  • Gertrude's grandfather was a retired British officer who served in India and Spain. He witnessed the Battle of New Orleans during War of 1812
  • Gertrude's husband died in 1896
  • Gertrude had 4 children: Marguerite; Benjamin T. Hill; Rudolph Hill of Dayton; Alice Hill Bosley of Indianapolis. 2 grandchildren Benjamin Hill Jr & Craig Bosley
  • Delia Posey taught at a Middleboro Pike School before giving up her job to Gertrude ca 1875
  • her brother Frank did join the Union Army in the Civil War and rescued another soldier, a German named Chris Fetta
  • Gertrude taught school in San Jose California for 2 years
  • In 1880 she married David Hoover Hill, grandson of David Hoover, an early settler in Richmond

HUT-11, 30 "Noah Hutton" Noah Hiatt Hutton born 1844 Richmond Indiana s/o John H. Hutton & Sarah Ann Evans. Noah married Anna Wilcox (HUT-27) born 1845 Richmond Indiana died 1935. NOah a 16 year old in 1860 Wayne Co. Indiana census, with parents John H & Sarah and sister Alice (HUT-22) age 3. Noah a Civil War soldier, his widow Anna filed for a Pension in August 1921.
HUT-14. “Tom Vickers” found in 1860 census Richmond, Wayne County Indiana. Thomas age 38 born Pennsylvania, with wife Rebecca P, 29 born Pennsylvania, and children Abby F, 9 (HUT-19) born Indiana and Harry C. 5 born Indiana.
HUT-16. “Sarah Jane Dare” & HUT-17. “Gideon Dare” Gideon George Dare, 1830 Maryland -? married Sarah Jane Hibberd 1832 Virginia -? Sarah Jane daughter of James Hibberd 1804-1883 & Mary Roberts Nixon. Gideon & Sarah are found in Baltimore Maryland in 1870 census
HUT-24. “Ed Hibbard” possibly James Edward Hibberd born 1842, brother of Sarah Jane Hibberd Dare (HUT-16)
HUT-25. “Anna Ballard” possibly Anna L. Ballard d/o John Riley Ballard (born 1831) and Sophronia Hadley (see HUT-20). Anna married Mr. Potter (see HUT--3)

Types of Early Photographs

The type of photograph in an album helps to date the album

Daguerreotypes (ca 1839)

Photography in USA began circa 1839 but not many are found before 1854.

Ambrotypes (circa 1854)

The ambrotype was a glass negative backed with black material so it appeared as a positive image

Tintypes (ca 1855)

The Ferrotype process (tintypes) was introduced in the United States in 1855. It substituted an iron plate for glass and is one of a kind. No copies could be made from a tintype.

Carte de Visite or CDVs (ca 1859)

CDV stands for carte de visite. CDVs replaced ambrotypes, producing a card 2.5 by 4" CDVs arrived in the United States around 1859, on the eve of the Civil War (1861-1865). On June 30, 1864 a tax on photographs, ambrotypes, daguerreotypes and other "sun-pictures" went into effect. Tax Revenue Stamps had to be placed on the backs of photographs from that date (1864) until August 1, 1866. This helps date CDVs taken in this time period.

Cabinet Cards (circa 1870)

CDV’s were replaced in the 1870s by Cabinet Cards which were on a larger 4 by 6" card.
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